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Mororo

The village of Mororo sits quietly off the highway 15 km from the Harwood bridge.

Mororo: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Wombah Coffee Plantation


Wombah Coffee Plantation was established in 1982 by two ladies, Joan Dibden and Joy Phelps, who still own, manage and work the plantation and process the coffee from berry to roasted, packaged coffee. The coffee is produced from the finest Arabica coffee trees, grown in the Northern Rivers of New South Wales. The trees are seedlings of original coffee trees brought to the area over 100 years ago.

Wombah Coffee Plantation boasts a superior grade of coffee based on quality control during growing and processing, organically based horticulture and selective hand picking without the use of harmful sprays. This pleasant mild coffee is naturally lower in caffeine than most imported varieties.

A quaint coffee house which serves Wombah Coffee, fruit juices and a selection of locally baked quiches, pies and cakes, and an adjacent craft shop, are situated on the property.

Group inspection of the Plantation is welcomed. Bookings essential.




51 Middle Street
Woombah, NSW, 2469

Located 8.7K from Mororo

The Shed Gallery


The Shed Gallery opened in June 2003 and consists of photography documenting the earliest days of the sugar industry in the Clarence Valley, when it was all done by hand. The digitally enhanced photographs also depict the pioneering families of Goodwood Island and surrounding areas in the Clarence Valley. This is the only sugar industry Museum in NSW. Also on display are a range of cane knives and other interesting objects from the early days of the local sugar cane industry.

Open seven days a week by appointment. Mini bus tours are welcome. Gold coin donation appreciated.





12 Unwins Lane
Goodwood Island, NSW, 2469

Located 8.8K from Mororo

Glen Ian Ostrich and Emu Farm


Glen Ian Ostrich and Emu Farm definitely warrants a visit for groups of 30 plus.

You will see ostriches, emus, alpacas, cows, horses and caged birds. There is a tour which takes about 40 minutes and is in three stages; from the incubation of chicks, adult breeding and then a talk on the industry history.

Tea and coffee and morning or afternoon tea available is included with each tour.

Catering is available. Bookings required.




925 Tullymorgan Road
Tullymorgan, NSW, 2463

Located 10.5K from Mororo

Kingstudio Gallery


Kingstudio is an art gallery, bed and breakfast and printmaking workshop overlooking the mighty Clarence River. You can visit the gallery, stay in the accommodation and/or enjoy a two day workshop in screen or block printing with master printmaker Malcolm King.

The gallery features a constantly changing exhibition and provides visitors with the opportunity to view a wide spectrum of media including painting, printmaking, digital media, stunning pottery and hand crafted jewellery, a showcase for the very best of the regions contemporary art.





105 River Street
Maclean, NSW, 2463

Located 12.3K from Mororo

Maclean Tartan Power Poles


The iconic Maclean Tartan Power Poles were instigated by the Maclean Scottish Town Association in the year 2000 to coincide with the arrival of the Olympic Torch which was to be conveyed through the township of Maclean. The designs attracted so much favourable comment that there was ongoing considerable public demand for "Family Tartans" to be painted.

Hence the Tartan Power Pole painting was carried on through the main street and extended from there so that today they have an avenue of tartan poles in and around the streets of the main town, extending from the Harwood Bridge to the southern approach to Maclean at Ferry Park. All tartan designs have been painted by resident Maclean artist Linda El Mir.

The Clarence Coast Visitor Information Centre at Ferry Park and the Scottish Shop in Maclean have free maps with locations of the (over 200) Power Poles with Clan Tartans.




Locations in and around River Street
Maclean, NSW, 2463

Located 12.5K from Mororo

Maclean Scottish Shop


This little corner store in Maclean specialises in the Scottish heritage of the area with advice on tracing family clans. They have a range of tartan samples to help identify family tartans. The shop is staffed by volunteers.

Tourist information and Scottish inspired souvenirs are also available. General inquiries on Scottish issues in Maclean can be made.




201 River Street
Maclean, NSW, 2463

Located 13.0K from Mororo

Mororo: Events

Ashby Monthly Markets


On the third Sunday of each month, relax and enjoy a peaceful drive off the highway into the small village of Ashby, and head along to the local markets held in the grounds of the local Community Centre.

Ashby locals welcome you to enjoy a stroll around the variety of stalls on offer. Stalls include fruit and vegetables, homemade cakes and slices, second hand goods, and the arts and crafts of the talented locals.

If you get peckish on your stroll through the array of goodies, the Community Centre canteen has some delicious food, hot and cold, lunch and snacks for sale.


Event Dates
2017
      19th Nov


Lismore Street,
Ashby Community Centre
Ashby, NSW, 2463

Located 11.2K from Mororo

Maclean Community Monthly Markets


Maclean Community Markets are held on the second Saturday of each month in the main car park, near the Maclean Bowling Club. Stalls offer an array of items including jewellery, clothing, plants, craft items, freshly baked cookies and cakes and a great range of fresh produce. So bring yourself and the family and come on down to the Maclean Community Markets.


Event Dates
2017
      11th Nov
      9th Dec
2018
      13th Jan


Centenary Drive,
Maclean Car Park
Maclean, NSW, 2463

Located 13.1K from Mororo

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